Tag: News

All things News from Broadcast Dialogue, Canada’s broadcast industry publication of record.

Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Amanda Kline has been named the new weekend anchor for CTV Montreal, following the departure of Annie DeMelt in January to join the...

CAJ Awards finalists revealed

The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) has revealed the list of finalists for its 2019 CAJ Awards program. Due to the cancellation of the CAJ...

As CBC restores some local TV news, FRIENDS’ Daniel Bernhard worries...

As CBC plans to restore some local TV news starting Wednesday, FRIENDS' of Canadian Broadcasting executive director Daniel Bernhard is increasingly worried about the...

FRIENDS petition to restore local CBC TV newscasts gaining traction

A petition by independent CBC watchdog, FRIENDS of Canadian Broadcasting, calling on the public broadcaster to restore local TV newscasts is gaining traction. CBC announced...

Online & Digital Media News – Halifax’s alt weekly The Coast...

The Coast, Halifax's independent alt weekly newspaper - one of the last standing in the country, has been forced to lay off 20 staff...

CBC News Network coverage to temporarily replace local CBC TV newscasts

CBC News Network coverage will replace local CBC supper hour and evening TV newscasts across the country starting today, with the exception of CBC...

Radio & Podcast News – The Canadian Podcast Awards unveil 2020...

The Canadian Podcast Awards, which are backed by the folks behind Podcamp Toronto and voted on by approved member podcasters from across the country,...

Online & Digital Media News – Drake signs multi-year deal with...

Drake has signed a multi-year deal with social broadcasting platform Caffeine. He’ll have his own channel on the platform, and will co-produce rap battles...

Michael O’Byrne retiring as Ottawa’s longest-serving TV anchor

Ottawa's longest-serving TV news anchor, Michael O'Byrne, will deliver his final newscast tomorrow. CTV Ottawa has announced that O'Byrne is retiring after 38 years with...

The Story of Broadcast Dialogue

Broadcast Dialogue has been the voice of Canada's broadcast industry since 1992. Founded by Howard Christensen, a radio news veteran (CHAM-AM Hamilton, CKJD-AM Sarnia, CHYM-AM...

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